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Under Pressure

Anyone out there who is under pressure, please raise your right hand. There goes mine.

Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Bonnie Tyler are some of my favorite songsters who have hits among the top 100 songs of the 80s. Resisting them was hard. The Queen and David Bowie's Under Pressure is, as far as the title goes, what I exactly am nowadays. Here's hoping some of the pressure get kicked away by the beats that also move me today.


This post is linked with:
XmasDolly @ XmasDolly, Lori @ Shewbridges of Central Florida, Callie @ JAmerican Spice
and Stacy @ Stacy Uncorked

Denise @ Run DMT hosts Music Monday Blog Hop

Comments

Bookin It Up said…
Great pick. I forgot about Whitney! Have a great week.
Stacy Uncorked said…
My hand is definitely up! :)

Awesome choice - here's hoping the pressure is released soon! ;)
Run DMT said…
I love this song. Thank you for thinking outside of the 80s jukebox. ;-) Oh and thanks for the Music Monday plug! You rock! :-)
JamericanSpice said…
Love this one!!!

Thanks for rocking with us.

And please remember to update the links.
Stacy is now a host and Larry is no longer hosting.

Happy Monday!! :)
Great Pick, my hand is way up!!!
Thanks for stopping by Dollycas's Thoughts!!!

Dollycas
Hazel said…
@JAmericanSpice, there you go. Thanks for clarifying who is and is not hosting anymore :D
Cathy Kennedy said…
Joining the Love Train another week. I so do love the 80s music. Your picks had me groovin'!!! =D

BTW, I'm throwing up both hands. Does that count?

80s Rapture with 4Ms
kimmy said…
count me in! lol! left you some love..

by the way, do you mind checking out on For What I Am?
Xmas Dolly said…
This will always be a classic of the 80's! Fabulous pick. Thanks for playing along, and pass the word.

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